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aloostrom
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Florence

Jeep Information

Year:2000

Model:Grand Cherokee Laredo

Engine:4.0L

Tires:Cooper Discover

Accessories:... It's green?


So I just replaced my cooling fan relay, fan and radiator; all of them are brand new. I just took it out for a test drive and it's still overheating. Also I'm having some trouble with the tail/brakelights, but I know a few cops around here so I'm not worried about them. Question: is there anything besides replacing the fan, relay and/or relay that I could do to fix this overheating?

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chase302
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11-14-2012, 11:45 PM
Did you check to see if the fan is coming on? Crazy question I know but if the fan is not coming on there is a relay behind the passenger side headlight that controls the fan too. They have a tendency to burn out.







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